Lesbian fiction author Nell Stark (aka Katie Lynch ’02) talks about the support she received from her Dartmouth family during her coming out process.
Co-Hosted with FFR/Princeton BTGALA, Yale GALA, Columbia Pride, Harvard GLC and the NYU LGBTQ Alumni Network
WHEN: Tuesday, Nov. 16, 6:30 to 9:00 p.m
Appetizers will be served until about 7:30
Buffet dinner opens around 8:15
WHERE: People Lounge (in the loft upstairs), 163 Allen St., NYC, NY
COST: $25 in advance through Paypal, $30 cash at the door (includes appetizers and dinner and coffee with a light dessert). Cash bar.
RSVP: To RSVP or pay in advance, click here.
We did this in August and had a tremendous turn out of folks of all ages. People serves wonderful pan-asian food. We’ll start with an hour of passed appetizers (salt/pepper shrimp, vegetable dumplings, chicken and beef skewers) and mingling over cocktails (cash bar), and then we’ll have a buffet dinner with delicious food for all.
We invite gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered men and women alums from the Ivy League and Seven Sisters schools and our friends ! from NYU, Stanford, Duke, UVA, Georgetown, Northwestern, Amherst, USC & Emory friends join in. Students over the age of 21 are also welcome.
Presented by DGALA and Columbia Pride
WHEN: Saturday, Oct. 23. Brunch at noon, kick-off at 1:30 p.m.
WHERE: Meet at the Indian Road Cafe for brunch and then head over to the stadium to watch the game.
COST: Tickets to the game are
$15 $5 each. Each person pays for his/her own brunch.
RSVP: Space for brunch is limited and football tickets can’t be purchased through DGALA after Tuesday, Oct. 20. To RSVP for brunch and/or get your tickets, email Brendan Connell ’87.
Presented by DGALA and Mount Holyoke Lyon’s Pride
WHEN: Sunday, Nov. 7 — 3:30 p.m. Walking Tour, 4:30 p.m. Museum Tour
COST: Admission for both houses of the museum is $10, or $7 for one house for adults; children 6-12 are $3.00; and children under 6 are free.
RSVP: Requested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the Ipswich Female Seminary, click here.
Learn about the efforts Dartmouth and other Ivy League schools have undertaken to attract LGBT students — and how they’ve been paying off (such as in the recruitment of David Kamins ’14 who is featured in the article).
Read the full details.com article here.